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Gettysburg College

Archive-It Partner Since: Jan, 2013

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"On the Glorious Hill" - Lutheran Theological Seminary blog

Archived since: Feb, 2017


"On the Glorious Hill" is a new blog being published on the seminary website starting this week and running for fifteen consecutive weeks. With seven different authors contributing, each entry will showcase a different aspect of life here on the Ridge; pieces of a dazzling mosaic that make up the legacy of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. The idea for the blog originated with President Michael Cooper-White, who, in the midst of the transition to United Lutheran Seminary, has been reflecting with "a great cloud of witnesses" on this special place-- the crossroads of history and hope.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Universities & Libraries Blogs & Social Media History of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg

150th News Websites

Archived since: Aug, 2013

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Subject:   Arts & Humanities

150th Websites and Blogs

Archived since: Oct, 2013

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Subject:   Society & Culture Arts & Humanities Blogs & Social Media

Bob Nordvall's "This Week in Italy" Blog

Archived since: Jan, 2014


Robert Nordvall moved to Pistoia, Italy in Fall 2002 and started to write a newsletter to family and friends each week about stuff he experienced at his new home. This is the place to read all those newsletter starting with #1.

Subject:   Society & Culture Government Blogs & Social Media Italian politics Italian culture Ex-patriot life

Civil War Blogs (owned by Gettysburg College)

Archived since: Dec, 2013


Blogs by Civil War historians Keith Harris and Kevin M. Levin

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Blogs & Social Media American Civil War Civil War memory

Future of Civil War History Conference 3-14-2013

Archived since: Jun, 2013


3-day conference on the frontiers of academic and public history

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Future of Civil War History: Looking Beyond the 150th


Archived since: Nov, 2017

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Gettysburg College COVID-19 Response

Archived since: Mar, 2020

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Gettysburg College Projects - Educational Technology

Archived since: Apr, 2020

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Gettysburg College on Social Media

Archived since: Jan, 2014


A collection of Gettysburg College's social media presence.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Universities & Libraries Social media Twitter Facebook

Gettysburg College/MussLib COVID-19 Response

Archived since: Mar, 2020

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Gettysburg News Network

Archived since: Sep, 2018

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Gettysburg Sports

Archived since: Sep, 2013

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Subject:   Universities & Libraries

Archived since: Sep, 2013

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Subject:   Universities & Libraries Computers & Technology


Archived since: Sep, 2014


Gettysburg College launched the public phase of its comprehensive campaign, Gettysburg Great: The Campaign for Our College, on September 20 at its Homecoming and Campaign Kick-Off Weekend on campus. The $150 million campaign is the largest in the College’s history. To date, the College has raised more than $77 million.

Gettysburg’s top priority will be scholarships for undergraduate students. Other key campaign goals include strengthening faculty support, increasing engaged learning opportunities for students, bolstering annual giving, and jumpstarting new global initiatives, such as the renovation of a campus building into a global education center.

“This will be the most ambitious campaign in the history of our college,” said Janet Morgan Riggs ’77, president of Gettysburg College. “We know that we have the capacity to work together to make Gettysburg and great inseparable.”

Through bolstering scholarship support, Gettysburg seeks to increase the inclusiveness of its campus community, invest in the talent and promise of students, and keep student debt to a minimum.

Funds raised for faculty endeavors will jumpstart new endowed professorships and professional development opportunities, as well as encourage creative teaching and expanded use of technology within the classroom.

Gettysburg also seeks to expand educational experiences outside of the classroom by providing additional engaged learning opportunities for students. These opportunities include funded summer internships and career-related experiences, winter and spring immersion trips, and student research with faculty mentors.

Annual giving is vital to every college and university. These donations close the gap between college tuition and the actual cost to educate a student. Raising funds for annual giving will expand academic, athletic, and co-curricular opportunities for students, increase campus resources, and elevate the College’s national reputation.

Global InitiativesLastly, Gettysburg is committed to preparing tomorrow’s global leaders. With Campaign funds dedicated to global initiatives, the College will create three new academic global programs—the Center for Global Education, the Center for Language and Intercultural Communication, and the Center for the Study of Global Issues—as well as provide additional support to its Center for Public Service. Upon the renovation of Plank Gymnasium into a global education center, the four programs will be housed in the new space.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Development

Interfaith Center for Peace and Justice

Archived since: Feb, 2020

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JMR Blog

Archived since: May, 2021

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Musselman Library External Websites

Archived since: Jun, 2021

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The Cupola

Archived since: Oct, 2014

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Subject:   Arts & Humanities Science & Health Universities & Libraries

The Gettysburg Review

Archived since: Feb, 2015

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Subject:   Arts & Humanities Universities & Libraries

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